Bringing Security, Privacy, and Authentication to the Forefront of the Internet of Things
Security and privacy are top priorities as the Internet of Things (IoT) create an increasingly connected world—connected devices are expected to reach 21 billion by the year 2020. The Security of Things, the Smart Card Alliance’s newest event, takes a deep dive into the advantages and challenges IoT presents across every market, including payments, transportation, industrial, government, manufacturing, M2M, consumer and healthcare, and highlights the need for secure IoT architectures using embedded security and privacy technology.
Don’t miss this event, the best venue to learn, communicate and network with fellow IoT security industry colleagues!
A Deep Dive into the Security of Things
With a history of success in hosting industry events involving emerging markets and secure chip technology, the Smart Card Alliance is bringing together experts from both the IoT and security communities to discuss the most important developments, innovations and efforts driving security and privacy in IoT.
Thought Leaders in IoT Security
Is Security Baked into your IoT Design?
If you’re designing a connected device for the Internet of Things (IoT), there are six key IoT design mistakes to avoid, Gianfranco Bonanome writes on TechTarget’s IoT Agenda. Bonanome addresses points such as whether you should even connect your device, if your design is scalable, and most importantly when to consider your security approach.
What It All Boils Down to There’s No Room for Lax IoT Security
A fully connected world isn’t as far off as you might think. Gartner says 5.5 million new “things” are being connected every day, and by 2020, there will be 21 billion connected devices in the market.
Is Your Barbie Doll Spying on You? Why Security is a Must in Every IoT Device
The security and privacy of IoT-enabled devices is a popular topic amongst connected car manufacturers, smart home developers and connected wearables. But as seemingly harmless things like Barbie dolls, stuffed animals and toy droids become connected to the IoT (and they are), what measures are being taken to ensure the security and privacy of those devices, if any? And is security a concern for something so ordinary?
Comprehensive IoT Security and Privacy Coverage
Discover how different industries like payments, healthcare, smart cities, transportation and others are collaborating on standards and best practices for secure IoT frameworks.
Unparalleled Learning Opportunities
Learn why the industry needs secure IoT architectures that incorporate embedded security and privacy, and hear best practices for incorporating these secure architectures into designs for connected devices.
Connect with Industry Leaders and Technology Providers
Network with executives and thought leaders across all verticals of IoT. Smart Card Alliance events offer networking opportunities that are second to none!